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Kiev, One Century Ago

It’s remarkable how much—and how little—a city can change in a century. Sputnik & Pogrom published a photo essay earlier this week with some lovely old black-and-white of photos of Nicholas II, the last tsar of Russia, visiting Kiev with his family. 71 more words


The Russian Empire Strikes Back

Source: Casey Research, by Marin Katusa

The Colder War is real and it’s on. Below, I will break down a number of recent statements by Treasury Secretary Jacob J. 444 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

The March Into Darkness: Russian Strategic Perceptions Prior to World War I

“There is no justice among men.”

  • Czar Nicholas II, March 1918

In 1905, the Russian Empire suffered an embarrassing defeat at the hands of the rising Empire of Japan. 1,533 more words

Great Power

The Case For Putin To Make Himself A Tsar

By Shelton Bumgarner

Now, this idea sounds bonkers. But, let’s just for the a moment contemplate the idea of Putin turning himself into Russia’s tsar. 485 more words


Russo-Japanese War : History through Old Postcards


This is the beginning of a project on the war between Russia and Japan in the years 1904 and 1905 – just some text needs to be added.   4,191 more words


Express train to fantasy land

A common response to any criticism of Putin’s policies as of late is that Putin’s popularity has increased significantly and most people are supporting the government in its stance on Ukraine. 487 more words